Projects / Cambozola


Cambozola is a Java viewer for image streams often produced by Webcams. Netscape can display these correctly, refreshing the images as they are streamed in. Internet Explorer and others do not, and only display the first image. Cambozola is a drop-in replacement for use on Web pages, and can be used in pages for Internet Explorer in addition to Netscape. It also allows access to the streams from the command line.


Recent releases

  •  17 Nov 2008 14:17

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

    •  09 Jul 2004 08:37

      Release Notes: This version adds support for clickable watermarks, multiple streams, and improved display performance in addition to fixing numerous bugs. The build process has been streamlined and the target jar file will now work on Internet Explorer's default JVM with no special recompilation step.

      •  25 Feb 2003 09:38

        Release Notes: A plugin framework with dynamic zooming and panning of moving images was added, which lays the foundation for the addition of dynamic image filters. A major rework of the main code sections were made, making refreshes much smoother. A code cleanup was also made.

        •  05 Nov 2002 09:24

          Release Notes: Compatibility with the 1.1 JVM, support for virtual hosts, better reporting of connection failures, and a new 'zoom' option for scaling the streamed image.

          •  31 Aug 2001 08:09

            Release Notes: Made the MIME stream reader much more resilient to errors. Added a Frames Per Second display. Added a simple test server which the client can connect to. Used ANT for build process.


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